Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Gainesville-ATL
1115 Jesse Jewell Parkway SW
Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: (770) 533-9433
Fax: (770) 503-9380
1115 Jesse Jewell Parkway SW, Gainesville, GA, US, 30501
- Phone: (770) 533-9433
- Fax: (770) 503-9380
Arts & Museums
This state-of-the-art museum is filled with history and memorabilia of Georgia's hardy mountainfolk such as medical equipment and memorabilia, early farm tools, pottery, and a replica of the Miller's Store and Post Office.
Situated in a charming Victorian Cottage, this unique gallery displays a lovely collection of vintage clothing from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
Showcasing the works of state, regional, and national artists, this arts museum hosts several touring exhibits plus offers lectures, film presentations, and classes for both children and adults.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this center features a cultural museum that features rooms containing early 20th Century furnishings, artifacts, and pictures. Rucker, a pioneer in the education of Hall County's black children, founded the Industrial High School and Timber Ridge Elementary School which are also on site.
Located in a historic 5,000 square foot building built in the post-depression era, this arts center is a beautiful showcase for fine art and exhibits by Georgia artists are shown year round. The center features three galleries, art education classes and events for all ages, and an artists' co-op gift shop.
Housed in a courthouse, which is one of the oldest still remaining in the United States, this museum offers visitors a look at the mining history of Georgia. It chronicles the gold rush and the numerous mines that flourished in these parts. Watch a 23 minute film which describes the mining techniques and lifestyles of the prospectors through interviews with members of long time mining families of the area.
Dahlonega Gold Museum is housed in one of the oldest courthouses in the state. Tourists can admire the beautiful architecture of the courthouse and the wooden chapel. This town of Dahlonega is steeped in gold panning heritage and the exhibits, sightseeing and film documentary offered are a reflection of the same.